COME FOR ME!
Posted: Friday, November 11, 2016
COME FOR ME!
That was the posture yesterday of former Managing Director of the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) Jearlean John, as she challenged Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi, to bring court proceedings against her for any corruption.
HDC lawsuit over $175m land deal
Jearlean calls out AG on...
Young: Why Jearlean so jumpy?
ACTING Attorney General Stuart Young yesterday said there is good reason why documents filed by his ministry in court to prosecute persons who stole taxpayers' money, are sealed.
Obama to help Trump succeed
After 'excellent' first meeting at White House
Rowley congratulates Trump
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley has dispatched a letter of congratulations to United States (US) president-elect, Donald Trump
Rowley ready to re-affirm US ties
Now, Bolt takes legal action
BOLT Trinidad Limited has also initiated legal action against the Trinidad Express and its reporter Renuka Singh regarding a front page story in the Sunday Express of November 6
PM taking Alutrint 'saga' to Parliament
Next week Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley will seek to "immortalise" a US$200 million liability incurred by the People's Partnership's cancellation of the Alutech aluminium downstream project in 2010.
PM at election meeting: Aluminium project may return
OAS Construtora to pay $8.8M to Aranjuez firm
OWTU's Roget meets PM Rowley
Remove Colm from NTAC, says Remy
President of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions (Fitun) Joseph Remy says he has noted the apology of Finance Minister Colm Imbert but still wants him removed from the National Tripartite Advisory Council (NTAC).
Rowley: Proportional Representation might be repealed
LEGISLATION implemented by the former People's Partnership Government which introduced proportional representation into the local government elections
Colm calms online-tax fears House passes Finance Bill
He said it is crystal clear how the seven percent online tax will apply, being chargeable only to end-user consumers as defined by the Electronic Transactions Act, passed under the former People's Partnership (PP) regime.
Moses holds out hope to 'Caracas five' families
...travel documents of three of these people have lapsed and this is preventing their "eventual travel back to TT."
Sando is now mayorless
ALTHOUGH the life of the 14 municipal corporation councils came to an end in late October, the position of mayor and chairmen of the respective corporations remained intact to ensure the smooth operations of the regional bodies
No $$ from Petrotrin for oil spills
Bleak Christmas for crab/oyster vendors
Restoration of Magnificent Seven still unknown
Bulgarian man nabbed
A 46-YEAR-OLD Bulgarian man, believed to be part of a ring of criminals involved in the multi-million dollar bank card 'skimming' fraud
Teens charged with cultivating marijuana
FIVE teenagers who were charged with cultivating marijuana with an estimated value of $300,000, appeared before a Chaguanas magistrate yesterday morning.
No evidence heard: legal submissions not complete
FOR yet another hearing, no evidence was heard in the Dana Seetahal murder enquiry as attorneys representing both the State and defence continued legal submissions...
'Cop killing' still under investigation
The mother of Adalle Gilbert, who was shot and killed by police at a construction site in San Fernando last month, has promised to never give up until the officer is arrested and charged.
Shot dead in his bed
TRUCK driver Larry Sieunarine, 37, never stood a chance yesterday when at one o'clock in the morning, two masked hitmen, one armed with a gun, broke into his bedroom
Woman dies in house fire
Burglar proofing installed to keep bandits out, trapped a homeowner inside her burning house on Wednesday, resulting in her death.
Body found in burnt out car
Family holds out hope for missing man as...
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